As Historic Storm Approaches New England, Rep. Markey Releases Report on Climate Change’s Effects on Region
Oct. 25, 2012 —
Sea-level Rise, Extreme Storms, Other Climate Effects Threaten New England Lives, Livelihoods
WASHINGTON (October 25, 2012) – Weather forecasters are now saying the likelihood of Hurricane Sandy hitting New England in some fashion is increasing, delivering what could be the worst weather conditions since the Perfect Storm of 1991. Climate change scientists, meanwhile, have released study after study saying the extreme weather effects and changing climate of New England will result in storms that are more intense, with worse floods, and damaging sea-level rise, among other effects……(more).
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